Call centre charity threatened with closure and loss of more than 400 jobs
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Call centre charity threatened with closure and loss of more than 400 jobs

27 Jul 2015 | Kirsty Weakley

More than 400 charity sector jobs are at risk after Broadcasting Support Services, a charity helpline provider, went into administration earlier this month.

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